Articles by Motherboard
“In mental health, perceptions are reality, so if you think you are being tortured, you are being tortured."
The relatively new but increasingly important field.
How a guy who hitchhiked with Bob Dylan and gave Iggy Pop his nickname founded a veritable encyclopedia of audio art.
The Smithsonian built an assembly line for historical documents that can digitize roughly 3,500 things each day.
Zeynep Tufekci argues that Twitter makes a protest movement grow too fast, undermining it in the long term.
Motherboard is hosting a panel on digital freedom at Berlin's Transmediale festival. Watch here.
We’ve been living on this barely-floating oil rig grease trap for a century. And what do we have to show for it? Fuck all.
Radio Motherboard discusses what's been going on with the Silk Road trial and what the trial may mean for the future of internet-centric crime.
Andrew Keen's book 'The Internet Is Not the Answer' criticizes capitalism and community in the tech world.
If there's no longer a mall in the sky, is the sky still worth visiting?